I hear people say that Microsoft is all about profits. Everything they do has the sole purpose of raising their profit. Isn’t that a bit easy? There are thousands of people working at Microsoft, are they all money hungry wolfs? I’m absolutely positive they’re not. I think there are very few developers working at MicrosoftContinue reading “Microsoft is all about profits”
For those who cannot get enough. Very pro Linux, with valid points made.
eWeek: “Several leading Java tool vendors are building an organization to link their respective frameworks in an effort to offer an alternative to Microsoft Corp.’s .Net framework and Visual Studio tools. The group, to be called the Java Tools Community, was initiated by Oracle Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc. and looks to create an interoperable JavaContinue reading “Java Tool Vendors Unite in Battle Against .Net”
XAML will be a new format Microsoft will be using in Longhorn to let you define GUI’s. But, Longhorn will not be released until 2006, if you want to play with XAML, or at least a format that’s very close to it, you can now play with Xamlon: Xamlon (pronounced “Zamelon,” which rhymes with “avalon”),Continue reading “Xamlon: XAML for Windows Forms”
MSDN has published Eric Sink’s Finance for geeks article. The article gives a brief overview of what company finance is all about, may be useful.
CRN: “Linus Torvalds and Open Source Development Labs plan a big coming-out party late next month for the Linux 2.6 kernel. Partners won’t see commercial distributions based on the updated kernel until well into 2004. Torvalds, Linux’s lead developer and now an OSDL Fellow, and Linux kernel maintainer Andrew Morton this week released the test10Continue reading “Linux 2.6 coming out in december”
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In my Eclipse tour I’ve already showed some of Eclipse’s refactoring features, but this article about refactoring in Eclipse goes a bit more in depth (also tells you why you’d want to refactor and even what it is).
IBM, HP, Dell and Novell try to edge in while industry waits for Longhorn.InfoWorld (about Novell): “Sources said that once the [SuSE] acquisition is finalized early next year, the company will tightly stitch the Ximian Desktop with an enhanced version of SuSE 9.0, which would enable smooth connections to Novells GroupWise collaboration server, ZENworks resourceContinue reading “Major vendors to push Linux to the desktop”